Legume of Doom

It's a Solemnity (Sacred Heart! God loves you!) and thus a day to be merry. I therefore give you the most sensible academic paper I've read in quite a while.  I haven't thought of this song in years -- and who knew it was so fraught with meaning?

Found a Peanut: Deconstructing a Universal American Tragedy. 
Found a peanut, found a peanut, found a peanut just now. Just now, I found a peanut, found a peanut just now…"
The saga begins with cunningly deceptive lightness: a child stumbles upon the legume of doom in a circumstance that’s commonplace, yet heavy with foreboding.
"just now"It is worthwhile to examine the overarching term of immediacy, ”just now.” This monotonous riff becomes a signpost on the road to perdition. Repetitive and sonorous, the phrase drives throughout the song as a sort of threnody, a tonal mockery and ironic postscript to every stumble as the tragedy builds.